New UV/MS Peak Tracking Technology for LC and LC/MS Development Software Announced
Feb 08 2019 Read 1328 Times
S-Matrix® proudly announces PeakTracker™ - a powerful new UV/MS peak tracking technology for our Fusion QbD® LC and LC/MS development software. PeakTracker automates, optimises, and simplifies the use of PDA and MS data in chromatographic method development. PeakTracker uses 3D PDA spectral data augmented with standard UV peak results data to automatically identify each peak in each experiment chromatogram. PeakTracker also fully utilises 3D mass spectral data from the Waters Empower CDS for experiments run on LC systems configured with the Acquity QDa Mass Detector (QDa).
Complex separation and tracking challenges PeakTracker can automatically address include: auto-deconvolution of partially and completely co-eluted peaks; two or more peaks with identical mass data; non-ionisable and non-absorbing compounds.
PeakTracker automatically associates compound names with all of the UV results data computed by the CDS for all identified peaks in each experiment chromatogram. It also automatically deconvolutes co-eluted peaks, and updates missing UV results data for the co-eluted peaks. PeakTracker displays the UV chromatogram and also the Total Ion Chromatogram (TIC) when available. It also displays the PDA and MS spectra data - both numerically and graphically - as visual aids to tracking, and to allow users to update its tracking, both globally across all chromatograms and for individual peaks in individual chromatograms. In addition, PeakTracker will automatically add peaks which are identified in the TIC - but which are not UV absorbing - into the UV experiment chromatograms, and also generate the correct Retention Time and Resolution data sets for the peaks for robust method optimisation modelling.
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